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Wheat and Barley Hand Sieves 7/24/08
Create New Hand Sieve Test Select FGIS-924 Sieve Test from dropdown list A new blank record will open
Blank General Page Standard User Steps to Complete: 1. Enter Service Point Code 2. Add Standard Equipment 3. Add Test Equipment 4. Click on Save 5. Review 6. Click on Next
Add Equipment Can Select Multiple Sieves Click over the checkbox Click on Save to add those sieves and return to general page.
Completed General Page Equipment can still be edited Next and Standard button are now available. Test user can edit Service Point and Test Equipment as needed.
Blank Standard Page Steps to Complete 1. Enter Date Mailed 2. Select either Mechanical or Hand method 3. Select Sieve number from dropdown 4. Enter Sample ID 5. Enter Sieve Type 6. Enter Results ( Average calculated by system) 7. Select Sieving Method 8. Enter Results by and Date 9. Click on Save 10. Review 11. Click on Submit or Click on Submit to Create another new record.
Completed and Submitted Standard Page After the Standard results are submitted they are locked and cannot be changed. Test Page is now available by clicking on Next (at the bottom right) or Test (at top)
Blank Test Page Steps to Complete 1. Click on Sieving Method 2. Select Sieve Number, Sample ID, and Sieve Type 3. Enter Results and Results by ( license number) 4. Enter Date 5. Click on Save 6. Review 7. Click on Submit
Completed Test Page Record is locked Moves straight to Summary Page
Summary Page Record is locked – cannot be edited Remarks can always be added. Click on Cancel to return to Home page.
Oops !!!!! You broke it but Don’t Panic Sometimes an error occurs when using the system. First try to go back to the record and continue. If error happens again make a note as to what action is triggering the error and call program administrator. The IT staff sees all these errors and will contact the program administrator to investigate.